Your Unified Communications Roadmap
Every business has a unique unified communications roadmap and as a result, sets different priorities for integrating communication tools in their business — whether these tools are email, voicemail, IP telephony, instant messaging, video conferencing, or collaboration. A top priority among businesses is integrated audio and web collaboration for everyday smaller meetings as well as for large events. No matter how far along you are in developing you unified communications roadmap, BT has a collaboration solution that will allow you to deploy a global program and build a foundation for ongoing service support.
BT Conferencing and Unified Communications
In addition, working closely with our partners within BT, we can pull together the many parts of unified communications such as instant messaging, mobile devices, calendaring, team workspaces and conferencing to provide a simple, integrated experience for your employees. Also, we will help train employees how to use the new technology and get the full value of the tools. We will help drive adoption and usage of the new services so that companies can realize the full return on their investment.
We help companies work through the many stages of a unified communications roll-out. Initially, we provide consulting services to develop the strategy and plan. This is followed by a full implementation and solution deployment and eventually we provide programs that drive adoption to make sure our customers have the best user experience possible. Only BT Conferencing can provide this complete unified communications solution for our customers.
Benefits of BT Conferencing Unified Communications services
- Improve your employee productivity
- Reduce costs across your business
- Work globally more easily
- Increase speed of making decisions
- Work in a more environmentally friendly workplace
5 communication challenges businesses face today
- Too many communications channels will overwhelm your employees
- People now expect instant and ‘always on’ access
- Different technologies often don’t work well together
- Keeping up with new technology is expensive
- IT and communications networks don’t work well